Lobalisation empirical evident: summarise the following papers
Please summarise the key point of the following papers into 6 sub sections. All papers will be provided.
1. What is Globalisation, and When Did it Begin?
Kevin H. Oi??Rourke and Jeffrey G. Williamson, 2002, i??When did globalisation begin?,i?? European Review of Economic History, 6, 13-50.
Ronald Findlay and Kevin H. Oi??Rourke, Power and Plenty: Trade, War, and the World Economy in the Second Millennium, Princeton University Press, Princeton and Oxford, 2007: Chapters 7, 8 and 9.
2. The Classical Gains from Trade
Jeffrey A. Frankel and David Romer, 1999. i??Does Trade Cause Growth?,i?? American Economic Review, 89, 379-399.
Douglas A. Irwin and Marko Tervio, 2002. i??Does Trade Raise Income? Evidence from the Twentieth Century,i?? Journal of International Economics, 58, 1-18.
3. Trade and the Distribution of Income
Paul Krugman, 2008. i??Trade and Wages Reconsidered,i?? Brookings Papers in
Economic Activity, 103-154.
Daron Acemoglu, 2002. i??Technical Change, Inequality and the Labor
Market,i?? Journal of Economic Literature 40, 7-72.
4. Trade and Economic Growth
Dani Rodrik and Francisco Rodriguez, i??Trade Policy and Economic Growth: A Skeptics Guide to the Cross-National Evidence,i?? in Ben Bernanke and Kenneth S. Rogoff (eds.), Macroeconomics Annual 2000, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 2001.
5. Trade, the Environment and the Theory of Second Best
Brian R. Copeland, and M. Scott Taylor, 2004. i??Trade, Growth and the
Environment,i?? Journal of Economic Literature, 42, 7-71.
Jeffrey A. Frankel, i??The Environment and Economic Globalization,i?? in Michael W. Weinstein (ed.), Globalization: Whati??s New?, Columbia University Press, New York, 2005.
Richard G. Lipsey and Kelvin Lancaster, 1956/57, i??The General Theory of Second Best,i?? Review of Economic Studies, 24, 11-32.
Dani Rodrik, i??Feasible Globalizations,i?? in Michael W. Weinstein (ed.), Globalization: Whati??s New?, Columbia University Press, New York, 2005.
6. Agglomeration, Geography and Trade
Donald Davis and David Weinstein, 2002. i??Bones, Bombs, and Break Points: The Geography of Economic Activity.i?? American Economic Review, 92, pp. 1269-1289.
Paul Krugman, 1999. i??The Role of Geography in Development,i?? International Regional Science Review, 22, 142-161.